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Choosing & Affirming a Jewish Life

Our world offers a dizzying array of options for constructing identity and making meaning. In this context, all Jews are Jews by choice. Whether choosing Judaism for the first time, or returning or affirming this path for yourself, the choice to live a Jewish life calls for ritual and communal celebration.

On Being Jewish: What Do I Wear on My Head?

By Erika Davis
A few days ago while wasting a rainy Seattle day indoors, I flipped to E!, one of my guilty pleasure channels. The show Christina Milian Turned Up was on. It is not something I normally watch, but I...  more
Blog Post | February 20, 2015

Tags: kippah

On Being Jewish

By Erika Davis
If you ask any convert to Judaism, they will likely tell you that as daunting as the conversion process can sometimes be, actually being a Jew can be harder that becoming one....  more
Blog Post | January 29, 2015

Tags: mikveh

A Ritual for Returning to Judaism

By Rabbi Michael Ragozin
A ritual for someone who has either left Judaism for another religion and returned, or is returning to Jewish life and practice after a time of absence   more
Complete Ceremony

Tags: mikveh

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